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Nick Clegg writes to Aaron Porter on ‘Right to Recall’ and tuition fees

Nick Clegg, has written to Aaron Porter, President of the National Union of Students, in response to the NUS’ ‘Right to Recall’ campaign.

His letter in full:

Dear Aaron,

Thank you for writing to me about your ‘Right to Recall’ campaign.

The idea of a right to recall was something I proposed when I first became leader of the Liberal Democrats and I am proud that it is now part of the Coalition Agreement. However my proposal was for it to apply to MPs who were found guilty of serious wrongdoing by the parliamentary authorities. My intention has always been that it should be

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Derek Conway: should the police investigate him for fraud?

Now that the Standards and Privileges Committee has decided that Derek Conway should repay several thousand pounds that wrongly went on employing one of his sons, Duncan Borrowman (who lodged a complaint originally about the whole affair) says:

I call again for the Metropolitan Police to investigate Mr Conway for fraud.

You can read more on Duncan’s blog.

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Tory MPs Derek Conway and Nigel Waterson in trouble

  1. One of Derek Conway’s constituents is not happy. Duncan Borrowman, that is.
  2. Nigel Waterson has been arrested for allegedly assaulting his children.
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